Plan of Boston comprising a part of Charlestown and Cambridge
This 1826 map of Boston by Stephen Fuller shows major buildings, specific streets, and general neighborhood grids from the time. Boston’s divided into 12 colored wards. Surrounding waterways include the Charles River, the Receiving Basin, and South Boston Bay. Parts of Cambridge, Charleston, Lechmere Point, and Roxbury also shown. Relief is shown by hachures and shading. A legend detailing churches, public schools, ward boundaries, and public buildings rests in the corner.
Size: 24 x 24 inches
Map Maker: Stephen Fuller
Original Production Year: 1826